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Scrum Teams constantly change and evolve their product Increment which makes product stability vital, as each Increment builds on the last.
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When picturing an effective and truly agile product development team, one often imagines a software development team, pushing some software to production every day, maybe multiple times a day, ala Amazon. By doing so, these teams gain the ability to test their assumptions early and often about the s...
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​​効果的で真にアジャイルな製品開発チームを思い浮かべるとき、Amazonのように毎日あるいは1日に何度もソフトウェアを本番リリースさせるようなチームを思い浮かべることが多いでしょう。製品開発チームは頻繁なリリースによって、開発中のソリューションに関する仮説を技術的な観点とビジネス的な観点の両方から早期かつ頻繁に検証をすることができます。しかしながら、必ずしもすべての業界、ビジネスモデル、技術がこれを可能にするわけではありません。この場合には、どうすればいいのだろう?
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In this article, we'll explore - and debunk! - ten common objections to incremental delivery.
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Resilience is the ability to turn hardship to experience. That is exactly what agility is about. We learn from our failures. We rise to the occasion. We swarm problems.
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In this video, Martin discusses the subtle art of motivating a Scrum Team. 🚀 He delves into the responsibilities of a Scrum Master and Agile Coach in creating a motivated and effective team environment. 🤔💡
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In diesem Artikel zeigt dir PST Simon Flossmann drei Methoden, die du tief vergrabene Probleme Sprint Retrospektiven freilegst.
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Applying Conway, Brooks, Hackman, Goodhart, Larman, and Parkinson in Practice
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Guillem Hernandez Sola muestra algunas razones comunes que se ae encontrando en las organizaciones que ha intentado ayudar durante su transformación ágil.
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In this episode of the Scrum.org Community Podcast, Dave West interviews Professional Scrum Trainer Ryan Ripley about his experiences with Scrum and what led him to become a Professional Scrum Trainer. (33:54 Minutes)
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We’ve already discussed what Product Owners should be involved in, but what should they not be involved in? If Product Owners do get involved in areas they shouldn’t, what may happen?  In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown talk about what Product Owne...
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In this video, Martin explores the philosophy of building with Test First Principles and its profound impact on Agile and Scrum Teams. 🧐
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A self-managing team is a fundamental part of effectivity. How can your Scrum Master support this? Check it out!
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In this Scrum Tapas Video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood critiques traditional metrics like story points and lines of code, urging a shift to customer-centric metrics for holistic business value. Martin emphasizes the importance of balancing innovation, time to market, and organizati...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood stresses the need for a radical organizational shift to achieve successful Agile implementation. He rejects the idea of piecemeal changes, advocating for a comprehensive transformation that empowers individuals, decentralizes d...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Martin Hinshelwood stresses the need for a radical organizational shift to achieve successful Agile implementation. He rejects the idea of piecemeal changes, advocating for a comprehensive transformation that empowers individuals, decentralizes d...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Joanna Plaskonka highlights the crucial role of trust in agile leadership. (2:19 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Joanna Plaskonka shares a crucial message for agile leaders. Reflecting on the Agile Manifesto, she emphasizes its intentional order—starting with "individuals and interactions" over processes and tools or responding to change. She urges the impo...
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In this Scrum Tapas video featuring Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham, the focus is on the Integral AQAL model, a two by two framework developed by philosopher and integral theorist Ken Wilber. Ralph provides a comprehensive understanding of the model, which considers multiple dimensions and p...
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In this PST spotlight episode, Dave West interviews Samuel Adesoga about his journey with Scrum and becoming a Professional Scrum Trainer. (23:23 Minutes)
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Scrum has a history in software development, but can it also work in a creative environment like marketing, painting, poetry, book writing, etc? Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown discuss how Scrum can work in highly creative environments in this Scrum Lightning...
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En este artículo, el PST Jerónimo Palacios habla de los indicadores clave para entender si un Scrum Master está siendo efectivo y teniendo éxito
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Wird der Scrum Master von einem unverzichtbaren Praktiker zu einer Nischenposition dank KI?
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By upholding Scrum and advocating for the team's needs and growth, a successful Scrum Master fosters a healthy and productive team culture, reflected by the team's ability to deliver quality products.
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Was kennzeichnet die Arbeit eines Scrum Masters? In diesem Artikel stellt PST Simon Flossmann 4 Leitfragen vor, die Scrum Master helfen über ihre tägliche Praxis zu reflektieren.
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In this episode of Ask a Professional Scrum Trainer, Arunvignesh Ramakrishnan based in Malaysia answered the audience's burning questions about Scrum and their challenges including the accountabilities of a Scrum Master, being new on a Scrum Team, how to handle a PO leaving an organization, Sprint R...
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There are release planning techniques that Scrum Teams can use that are complementary to Scrum. This content includes some techniques and the benefits and challenges with each.
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Here are some forecasting techniques that Scrum Teams can use as complementary practices as well as their pros and cons. The true value of using these techniques comes from using them to drive conversation.
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Scrum Team can use forecasting and release planning as a guide for delivering a product through small incremental and frequent releases rather than big bang product launches.
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A description of the relationship between forecasting, release planning, and complexity for Scrum Teams.
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This piece is an introduction to forecasting and release planning for Scrum Teams.
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Scrum Masters serve the Scrum Team, the Product Owner, and the organization. But in what ways does the Scrum Master serve the Product Owner? How do they help the Product Owner be successful? In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown talk about what Scrum ...
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How many Product Owners make sense? Is it one per Scrum Team? Is it one per organization? Is it one per product? In this video Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown go over some examples of getting this wrong and what might happen.
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In this video, Martin explores the intricate world of organizational agility. 🌐 He delves into how agility is more than a buzzword; it's a strategic necessity in today's fast-paced market. 🚀 The discussion starts with the basics of agility and progresses to its deeper implications in business struct...
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My thoughts on the recent ‘Agile is Death’ claims
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Whitepaper
This whitepaper explores the application of innovation principles for Scrum Teams, emphasizing the importance of solving complex problems.
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Glossary
This glossary represents an overview of terms specific to Scrum with Kanban to help people better understand some of the language used and what some of these terms mean.To learn more about the Scrum framework and Scrum with Kanban, we highly recommend that you reference the Scrum Guide™ the Scrum Gl...
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En este post, Jerónimo Palacios trata sobre los dilemas de trabajar como Scrum Master externo desde una perspectiva de Professional Scrum, las motivaciones para perseguir la agilidad y como resolver los problemas que pueden surgir
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There are a couple of words that are widely used in the Scrum world but they are not part of Scrum. In this video, I will talk about Ceremony, Grooming, Methodology, and Commit.
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For your team to effectively understand the benefits of Scrum, it's crucial to relate its principles to their daily work and overall product and organisation goals.
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Discover how the project management principle of diligent stewardship takes a broader, more impactful form in Scrum.
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When using Scrum for a single team, it's important to prioritize Agile principles, business outcomes and team success. The same is true when scaling to include multiple teams. Learn more in this week's podcast!
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In this talk from Agile Leadership Day India, Professional Scrum Trainer Hiren Doshi shared his findings and observations from 28+ years on the fundamental problem and discuss some patterns to overcome the challenges.
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What may happen if the Scrum Master has other jobs or roles within an organization? For example, they’re a people manager but also a team’s Scrum Master. Is this forbidden? In this Scrum Lightning Round, Professional Scrum Trainers Jason Malmstadt, Robb Pieper, and Greg Crown discuss the pros and co...
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Oversized Product Backlog items delay value delivery and increase risk.
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham emphasizes that leadership is about creating a container for good management to thrive. He discusses the key requirements for effective management: clarity and trust. Discover the significance of a clear direction (the "why") and the...
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In this concise Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Ralph Jocham breaks down the various types of leaders in Scrum. He categorizes them into people leaders, process leaders, product leaders, and executive leaders, highlighting their unique responsibilities and key traits. (4:22 Minutes)
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl shares insights on situational leadership. Learn how adjusting your leadership style based on the team's needs and the context can be crucial for success. Simon highlights the importance of being a situational leader, offering practi...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl discusses the Circle Model for effective leadership in agile environments. Simon emphasizes the importance of clarity in purpose, aligning with Agile principles, and articulating constraints for individuals and teams. Discover the vi...
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In this Scrum Tapas video, Professional Scrum Trainer Simon Reindl dives into the essence of leadership, emphasizing the critical role of accountability. (6:15 Minutes)
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